Tuesday, August 11, 2009

A Freudian slip?

An alert member of an email group to which we belong picked up on the point that the Messiah inadvertently made during his "town hall" meeting on health care today (if anyone really thinks this latest propaganda session was indeed open to the general public, they're crazy):

"The only remark he made that fascinated me was when he was attempting to equate government health provider(s) and private.

He said (not verbatim)"Look at Fedex and UPS. They're both doing great. It's the Post Office that's in trouble."

Well, duh, yeah.

It's private enterprise that's working and big government that isn't."


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